Location: Springfield, Missouri
The Safety Coordinator will be responsible for the Storee Safety Program including safety training and job site safety inspection.
Key Responsibilities & Qualifications
• Monitor safety efforts and qualifications of Storee employees and subcontractors.
• Oversee the issuance of safety documents and training and other company-specific information to all new employees and site personnel.
• Conduct/coordinate Project Safety Tool Box Meetings with Storee employees and subcontractor employees on site on a weekly basis.
• Discuss safety with the on-site subcontractor’s supervisory personnel.
• Coordinate with Project Supervision so that necessary personal protective equipment and safety materials are utilized.
• Support Storee Safety Program by developing and presenting employee and subcontractor safety training.
• Oversee the recording of all safety-related meetings, programs, safety pre-plans, inspections, correspondence, directives, citations, for Safety program tracking.
• Coordinate responses and compliance with requirements from Storee’s insurance company.
• Conduct documented Project Safety and Health Inspections not less than twice each month.
• Inspect fleet vehicles for proper material handling and transporting as well as operational items related to safety (i.e., tires, lights, and signage). Perform all required follow-up procedures. Perform inspections consisting of job use items such as PPE, ladders, welding rigs, etc.
• Investigate all injuries and review all accident reports, coordinating corrective measures with Storee employees or subcontractor personnel.
• Lead the indoctrination of new Storee employees and subcontractor personnel into the Safety program and culture.
• Post and keep current all required safety documents and literature.
• Monitor protection of the general public by minimizing construction hazards.
• Monitor maintenance of adequate first aid supplies on the Project.
• Maintain project OSHA 300 log of injuries and illnesses.
• Enforce Storee safety policies using the company’s disciplinary policy.
• Four-year occupational safety/health degree or equivalent combinations of training and related experience.
• At least five years construction and/or industrial safety experience.
• Thorough understanding of and ability to enforce all federal, state, local and company regulations.
• Ability to recognize hazardous situations and implement corrective measures.
• Excellent communication, organization, decision making, and problem-solving skills required.
• Ability to manage/administer safety orientations, oversee substance abuse program, investigate/report on injuries/illnesses/near misses and other to perform other various safety functions on-site.
• Ability to engage with small and large groups of personnel for adequate training and communication of Safety Program to promote safety as a culture.
• Ability to work with all construction groups—management, owners, trades, employees, and subcontractors.
• Ability to use Microsoft Office Software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) required with experience with Microsoft Sharepoint preferred.
Storee is proud to be an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer regardless of race, color, gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, religious beliefs, marital status, genetic information, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.
Competitive wages based on experience. Health Insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, retirement plan, paid holidays and vacations offered based on length of employment.
Qualified applicants invited to upload a current resume and salary requirements.
Disclaimer: The above information on this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.